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Local Roots Spring Evening Dining

June 5, 2015 (Cash Bar 6:30pm, Dinner 7pm) in Michigan Café
Join us for wine tasting and dinner.

Local Roots Blues, Brews & Evening Dining BBQ

August 14, 2015 (6:30pm-9pm, Dinner 7pm) in Greenfield Village Pavilion
This is an extraordinary backyard-style event.
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Discover and savor the tastes of American tradition in one of the unique signature restaurants of Henry Ford Museum or Greenfield Village. We prepare a huge variety of locally-sourced ingredients in our restaurants every single day, creating delicious and inspiring menus that bring you the authentic tastes of America’s past.
Eagle Tavern
Description: Built in Clinton, Michigan, as a stagecoach stop for weary travelers, Eagle Tavern still exudes the warmth and camaraderie of an 1850 tavern experience today. Stop by for an unforgettable, authentic sit-down meal presented by costumed servers who bring the mid-19th century to life.
Location: Eagle Tavern is located in the Main Street District of Greenfield Village, just off of the Village Green at the end of Main Street.
Hours: Open Daily April 15 - October 31
Friday, Saturday and Sundays only in November
Available for Private Events after 6:30pm daily

A Taste of History
Description: A culinary blast from the past! Choose from hot foods, salads, desserts and sandwiches, as well as kid's favorites, all served cafeteria style. You can even take home some of our unique Greenfield Village products to enjoy any time.
Location: A Taste of History is located in the Main Street District of Greenfield Village, just off of the Village Green at the end of Main Street.
Hours: Open April 15 - October 31
Friday, Saturday and Sundays only in November
Available for Private Events after 6:30pm daily
Mrs. Fisher's Southern Cooking
Description: This BBQ stand provides outdoor seating and serves up house-smoked meats with classic BBQ sauces, sweet potato cheesecake, sweet potato tater tots, plus beverages and more.
Location: Mrs. Fisher's Southern Cooking is located in the Porches and Parlors district of Greenfield Village. This dining experience is located right next to the Susquehanna Train Station and Ackley Covered Bridge.
Hours: Open seasonally. Hours of operation vary.
Cotswold Cottage
Description: Fine china, an ever-so-beautiful outdoor garden and scrumptious sweets inspired by Clara Ford and her love for the Cotswolds and tea.
Location: Cotswold Cottage is in the Porches and Parlors district of Greenfield Village between the Daggett Farmhouse and the Giddings Family Home.
Hours: Open seasonally. Hours of operation vary.

Michigan Café
Description: Eat local with this menu inspired from around the Great Lakes with fine casual dining representing the diversity of Michigan people, products and places. Museum admission is not required.
Location: The Michigan Café is located in the Henry Ford Museum, near the Allegheny.
Hours: Open 7 days a week. 11am to 4pm
Available for Private Events after 6:30pm daily

Lamy’s Diner
Description: Simple diner fare, coffee and soft drinks. Hop on a stool, grab a booth or enjoy the patio. Museum admission is required.
Location: Lamy’s Diner is located in the Henry Ford Museum, near the Driving America Exhibition.
Hours: Open 7 days a week. 9:30am-5:00pm
American Dog House
Description: Come in and enjoy one of our many specialty hot dogs, local sausages or a host of other fun fare in this casual cafeteria style setting. Located next to the iconic 1952 Wienermobile. Museum admission is required.
Location: The American Dog House is located in the Henry Ford Museum, near Home Arts.
Hours: Open January 1-April 2
Friday, Saturday, Sunday, 11:00am-4:00pm

April 3-December 31
Monday-Sunday, 11:00am-4:00pm
Henry Ford Museum
Description: Available for private events after 6:30pm daily, an impressive 12 acres under a single roof, filled with awe-inspiring artifacts and experiences, Henry Ford Museum provides a one-of-a-kind backdrop for your social or business gathering.
Greenfield Village
Description: Exclusive use of Greenfield Village and its amenities for groups of 500 to 10,000. One of America’s great showplaces can be all yours for an event starting after 6:30pm daily.
Lovett Hall
Description: Available for private events, this glorious ballroom was built by Henry Ford for the dances he and his wife, Clara, hosted. Burmese teak floor, crystal chandeliers and enormous paired fireplaces, Lovett Hall is arguably the most gracious and elegant ballroom in the Midwest.
Village Pavilion
Description: Private event location ideally located in the heart of Greenfield Village, overlooking the Village Green and Carousel, this all-season venue is perfect for group picnics and casual evening events.